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Early Nutrition for Later Health: Time to Act Earlier

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The Infant & Toddler Forum’s report Early Nutrition for Later Health: Time to Act Earlier makes the case for giving greater priority to nutrition and lifestyle guidance in preconception and pregnancy as critical windows of opportunity, to improve the health of the next generation.

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The UK is facing a health crisis related to poor diet. One third of our children, two thirds of adult men and just over half of adult women are overweight or obese.

The health consequences of this poor diet and lifestyle are immediate and long lasting. Clearly if we are to halt this process we need to ACT earlier. Our report Early Nutrition for Later Health: Time to Act Earlier makes the case for giving greater priority to nutrition and lifestyle guidance in preconception and pregnancy as critical windows of opportunity, to improve the health of the next generation.

The ITF is commitmed to making nutrition and lifestyle guidance in pregnancy a public health priority. Ensuring all children get the best start in life.

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“We fully support the call to #ActEarlier4Health and warmly welcome efforts to encourage healthcare professionals and families to view pregnancy as a ‘window of opportunity’ to influence the later life of the child.”
Neil Leitch, Chief Executive of the Pre-school Learning Alliance

 

 

 

 

“The National Obesity Forum wholeheartedly endorses this invaluable report”.
Tam Fry, National Obesity Forum

 

 

 

“The Association for Nutrition is delighted to support this report – it’s vital to make nutrition-related health a key priority for parents and parents-to-be.”
Sarah Manuel, Association for Nutrition

 

 

 

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